“Johnny Stegosaurus,” created by Paul Brandt Lippart from machine parts and blown glass, sits by Wild Goose on Boulder Street.
Commercial development surged in Colorado Springs during the early ’90s, bringing the same strip malls and chain stores that rendered mid-sized cities virtually indistinguishable across the nation. Efforts to combat that ubiquity led to the formation of the Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs’ Art on the Streets program in 1999. The program’s first endeavor was […]
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